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Intel's DDR4-friendly Xeon workhorses bolt for workstations, servers

ColonelClaw

Disappointed that Intel didn't increase the value proposition of the V3s over the V2s. Instead they just made the new higher core count chips proportionally more expensive. If you spend, say, a thousand quid on a Xeon V2 and a V3 you get very nearly the same amount of processing power. (source: Scan Computers who have them in their store)

Guess that's what happens when you have no competition.

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